India-led Alliance Bats for Diverse Solar Energy Market
By Sibi Arasu
The global market is almost entirely reliant on China for solar products, with 15 percent of global supply coming from one Chinese plant alone.
How Will Tokyo’s Solar Panel Mandate Handle Allegations of Forced Labor in China?
By Daisuke Akimoto
Tokyo’s metropolitan government is requiring new construction to use solar panels, but the industry’s reliance on parts from Xinjiang poses a thorny moral dilemma.
A Bright Spot in US-China Relations: Renewable Energy
By Michelle Winglee
By cooperating on renewable energy, the U.S. and China could help each other -- and the world.
China’s Economic Headlines
By James Parker
With 2014 not even a month hold, some of the stories of 2013 are already back in the news.
Will the EU Kill China's Solar Industry?
Massive punitive tariffs on Chinese solar panels from the EU could be coming.